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Welcome Stanford S.T.E.P. Teachers

This area was created a few years back to support Stanford University's Teacher Initiative: S.T.E.P. (Stanford Teacher Education Program).

The STEP's were broken out into Fall, Winter and Spring segments.

As this resource center has been reorganized since then, the STEP's are preserved here.

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  • S.T.E.P.'s for Fall

    This page was created by the K-12 Instructional Media Center to support Stanford University's Teacher Initiative: STEP (Stanford Teacher Education Program).

  • S.T.E.P.'s for Winter

    This page was created by the K-12 Instructional Media Center to support Stanford University's Teacher Initiative: STEP (Stanford Teacher Education Program).

  • S.T.E.P.'s for Spring

    This page was created by the K-12 Instructional Media Center to support Stanford University's Teacher Initiative: STEP (Stanford Teacher Education Program).

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The Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP)

The Stanford Teacher Education Program (STEP) is part of the Stanford Graduate School of Education. It's goal is to prepare program graduates to meet both the practical and intellectual challenges of the teaching profession, to serve the needs of the diverse population of today's students, and to revitalize the profession and the field by preparing educational leaders for tomorrow's schools.

The program takes an approach to teaching and learning that is sensitive to the family, community, and political contexts of education, focused on the needs and development of learners, and grounded in the study of subject matter that enables inquiry, critical thinking, and problem solving.

This section was created as part of our initiative to expand the scope and usage of the K12IRC.org web site.

If you would like to set up similar program to integrate K12IRC.org into your teacher development program, please contact us using the Your Feedback link below.

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